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CHAO Ling Group Holding Sdn Bhd (CLG) has begun a new chapter in the bereavement care services industry by introducing its first bus hearse in Malaysia.
COASTAL areas in Selangor are on alert as authorities have been told to be ready to respond to floods that may occur due to the high tide phenomenon that has sea waves of 5.7m to 5.8m in the forecast from Oct 17 to 19.
IT WAS a bittersweet moment for Krishnaveni Krishtnan when she walked on stage to accept a posthumous award on behalf of her late husband Chinnathambi Chinniah for his outstanding service and contributions to society by the Malaysian Prisons Department.
KUANTAN: Rapha Children’s Home has thanked Kuantan MCA for giving a helping hand to the three sisters who lived a squalid life surrounded by garbage and animal waste.
New syariah-compliant facility aims to provide much-needed convenience in time of grief.
THERE is an uptrend in the number of physical domestic abuse cases recorded this year, based on the All Women’s Action Society (Awam) records.
Domestic violence takes a number of forms – physical, verbal, emotional, financial and sexual abuse. It can be both subtle or violent. The victims must act to save themselves and society must not turn a blind eye to this social problem, especially now that perpetrators are taking to using technology to bully the victims and make them submissive. In this article, we hear abused women talk about their anguish.Women in despair
WOMEN’s Aid Organisation senior advocacy officer Rusni Tajari said that under the current legal framework in Malaysia, there was no specific law that dealt with cyber-harassment and stalking was presently not classified as a crime.